Scout's Experience in "To Kill a Mockingbird"
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This paper contains a full thesis statement and outline about the growing moral sense of Scout in Harper Lee's novel "To Kill a Mockingbird". The focus of this paper is on the subtext of Scout's experience, rather than just a coming-of-age novel.
From the Paper:"Although the coming-of-age narrative of "To Kill a Mockingbird" is manifestly a rich portrait of a very young girl, the subtext of Scout's experience goes beyond a mere account of chronological maturation and vividly illustrates her development into a person of moral sense in the context of Old South culture, custom and practice which are imbued with the bitter legacy of slavery, race, hatred and violence. Incident by incident, as the plot unfolds, Scout encounters novel experience in the form of various tensions and confrontations, for example with the..."
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